When two hyperspace explorers stumbled onto the remote world of Korriban, they never could have guessed the chain of events they were setting into motion. Over the previous centuries, the Sith Empire had grown in size and strength, and Korriban was the very heart of its dominion. The reigning Sith Lord, Marka Ragnos, had just died, sparking a brutal power struggle between rivals Ludo Kressh and Naga Sadow. The explorers’ arrival marked the first contact between the Republic and the Sith Empire, and it created at an opportunity to end the power struggle. Naga Sadow seized the moment and rallied the Sith for a pre-emptive strike against the Republic under his leadership.

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Puttzy Sep 7 2014 says:

I'm not a fan of it. I'll give you my honest opinion.

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kyle_katarn67 Sep 7 2014 says:

voice acting is good but its just robotish sounding for mandos other wise its good

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Puttzy Sep 13 2014 replied:

As I said above, I'm not a fan of it, but they are going for the "Taung" and I'll assume they are trying to make it sound like an alien but I find it sounds like a bug from WoW:MoP more than what I think a taung would sound like.

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Brotapfelinhalierer Sep 7 2014 says:

Yeah, I think it should sound less "bubbling" and more rough and raspy. I hope you get what I mean, it's quite difficult to describe. ^^

If you look at the mandalorian language, it sounds very harsh, with lots of hard consonants and stuff (if I recall correctly, it was inspired by russian and ancient celtic/germanic language), so the Taung should propably sound similar.

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mentatjedi Sep 8 2014 replied:

I'd say deeper too.

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DarthSolous Sep 9 2014 replied:

Maybe a bit more like Darkseid's but with "more rough & raspy"

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Afro-yoda-ninja Sep 11 2014 says:

I feel it's missing the Concord Dawn accent that is the trademark of the Mandalorian voice, personally... just my 2 cents.

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Puttzy Sep 13 2014 replied:

The title says Taung... so I'll just say they aren't human.

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Kharcov Sep 21 2014 replied:

Correct, at this point in time, the Mandalorians are not a culture but a race, also known as the Taung.

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Mandalorian Nomads/Taung Voice Concept.
Voiced by Zachary Johnson,
Edited by Kitsune

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Sep 7th, 2014
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